Escapist Games is hiring ninjas.

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Ninjas

We're hiring programmers & artists to work on cutting edge app & game development. Check out our Jobs Section for more details.

You'll need to have a brilliant mind, great attitude and a desire to blow people away with the products you work on.

Your personality and potential is more important than your exact skill set, which you can develop as required. You need to have a passion for games and new tech, as well as a desire to innovate and excel in everything you do.

If you want to make games and great software, work on the very latest technologies, you enjoy working as part of a team, want to have a lot of fun (and work even harder), then Escapist Games may well be just right for you.

Send us a short CV and an interesting cover letter to:

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Star Chart breaks the 10 Million world-wide user mark by end of year 2013!

Star Chart breaks 10M users!

Star Chart

Star Chart breaks the 10 Million user mark after becoming free on Android too! World-wide and across multiple platforms, Star Chart is now installed on more than 10M devices and that number is increasing.

If you haven't yet downloaded Star Chart for your device, it might just be time to Get Star Chart Now!

 

Star Chart YouTube channel posts video tours of solar system

Star Chart YouTube channel goes live

As Star Chart continues to WOW users with its graphics and accuracy, we post some videos of our latest features and some of the amazing things you can experience in Star Chart. One of our first videos was of the 2012 Venus Transit using all in-app footage from an iPad. In one week this video achieved over 330K views.

This video is the first of many we will add to our channel. Expect more to show up soon, as we add a tour feature to Star Chart allowing users to tour events within the solar system and beyond.

See the footage here: StarChart YouTube channel

 

 

Star Chart hits desktops with a launch on Windows 8

Star Chart comes to Windows 8

With the announcement of Windows 8 coming to tablets, we thought that Star Chart would make a great addition to this traditionally desktop and laptop platform. So, while Star Chart makes use of both the mouse and keyboard, we also focus on making Star Chart work well with AR enabled devices on Windows 8. Expect to see some amazing tablet Windows 8 devices running Star Chart soon!

Download Star Chart on Windows 8 Store now!

 

Star Chart for Windows Phone

Star Chart arrives on Windows Phone

We are proud to announce that Star Chart has come to Windows Phone 7. With the slickest AR experience we've been able to achieve so far on any device, the Windows Phone 7 version of Star Chart is a joy to use. With stars, planets, AR and night mode already included, the next update will bring you constellations and messier objects. We hope you enjoy using Star Chart on your WP7 device soon.

Download Star Chart on Windows Phone Marketplace now!

Star Chart comes to Android

Star Chart launches on Android

Star Chart Android

Star Chart has arrived on Android, and available now on the Android Marketplace. In cooperation with Samsung we are proud to announce that Star Chart Lite is now also available to all Galaxy S users for free! Star Chart Lite can be found on the Samsung App Store. If you have a Galaxy S go check it out now.

The full version of Star Chart is available now on the Android Marketplace here. For more information please visit our Star Chart Android web page.

 

 

 

Star Chart for iPhone, iPod and iPad!

Star Chart: a window into the visible universe.

Star Chart

Download Star Chart via iTunes. Go check it out.

Can’t see the moon? Want to know where it is? Look through the eyes of your compatible iPhone, iPod or iPad to see a virtual window into the whole visible universe.

Using state of the art GPS technology, an accurate 3D Universe, and high tech mobile device functionality, Star Chart calculates – in real time - the current location of every star and planet visible from earth and shows you where they are; even in broad daylight, or 100 feet underground!

Want to know what that bright star is called? Point your iPhone at it – you might just find out it’s a planet! Want to know what the night sky looks like to people on the other side of the earth? Well just point your iPhone down! Want to know where your star sign is in the sky? Look no further than Star Chart, it’ll tell you all this and more. Now you can have a virtual star chart in your pocket! All you have to do is point your device at the sky and Star Chart will tell you exactly what you are looking at.